Twitter Search with Nico Tonozzi

Twitter is a social media platform with billions of objects: people, tweets, words, events, and other entities. The high volume of information that gets created on Twitter everyday leads to a complex engineering problem for the developers building the Twitter search index.

Nico Tonozzi is an engineer at Twitter. He joins the show to talk through the problem space of search at Twitter, as well as some recent challenges that he had to tackle in the continuously changing Twitter product.

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